WEDNESDAY 23rd October 2019

Day 1: EMPOWERING ACTIONS TO ACHIEVE GOALS:

IMPLICATIONS FOR ECONOMICS, BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT AND RELATED DISCIPLINES

08:00 - 09:00 Registration of participants
Bratislava Campus: Conference Room, New Building (with Rectorate), 3rd Floor
09:00 - 09:15 Opening of the conference
Ferdinand DAŇO, Rector of the University of Economics in Bratislava
Bratislava Campus: Conference Room, New Building (with Rectorate), 3rd Floor
09:15 - 10:00 Plenary Session
Silvester van KOTEN: Energy Economics and Experimental Economics
Bratislava Campus: Conference Room, New Building (with Rectorate), 3rd Floor
10:00 – 10:45 Plenary Session
Alexandru MINEA: Public Debt and Economic Growth
Bratislava Campus: Conference Room, New Building (with Rectorate), 3rd Floor
10:45 - 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 - 12:15 Project Management Seminar
chair: Gabriela DUBCOVÁ
Bratislava Campus: Conference Room, New Building (with Rectorate), 3rd Floor
12:15 - 13:30 Lunch
13:30 – 16.45 Presentation of participants’ papers in parallel sessions and informal networking II.
Economic Theory 1, Bratislava Campus: Room D117 - Old Building (with Library), Ground Floor
Economic Theory 2, Bratislava Campus: Room 1C.02 - Old Building, 1st Floor
Marketing, Bratislava Campus: Room 1B.02 - Old Building, 1st Floor
Accounting & Business & Informatics, Bratislava Campus: Room A7.12 - New Building (with Rectorate), 7th Floor
Financial Management, Bratislava Campus: Room A6.04 - New Building (with Rectorate), 6th Floor
Global Economics & Language, Bratislava Campus: Room A4.04 - New Building (with Rectorate), 4th Floor 

 

THURSDAY - 24th October 2019

Day 2: EMPOWERING ACTIONS TO ACHIEVE GOALS:

IMPLICATIONS FOR ECONOMICS, BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT AND RELATED DISCIPLINES

09:30 - 11:00 Fulbright Brunch – Meet & Greet w/Fulbright Commission, SFAA & US Embassy
Bratislava Campus: Conference Room, New Building (with Rectorate), 3rd Floor
11:00 – 12:15 Plenary SessionEdouard TURKISCH: Fiscal rules and fiscal outcomes in the EU
Bratislava Campus: Conference Room, New Building (with Rectorate), 3rd Floor
12:15 – 12:30 Best Paper Award & Closing of the conference Paula Puškárová, Vice-rector for Research and Doctoral Studies,
Bratislava Campus: Conference Room, New Building (with Rectorate), 3rd Floor
12:30 - 13:30 Lunch

 

PLENARY SESSION: Project Management Seminar

BRATISLAVA CAMPUS: CONFERENCE ROOM, New Building (with Rectorate), 3rd Floor

Wednesday – 23rd October 2019

11:00 - 12:15 EUBA Grant Scheme for Young Scholars and Doctoral Students 
Paula PUŠKÁROVÁ, University of Economics in Bratislava
SAIA for Young Scholars and Doctoral Students 
Kristína SALLEROVÁ / Adela POLÁČKOVÁ
National Scholarship Program
Richard KALIŠ, Faculty of National Economy, University of Economics in Bratislava
Action Austria-Slovakia
Erika MAJZLÍKOVÁ, Faculty of National Economy, University of Economics in Bratislava
Horizon 2020 – Twinning proposal
Paula PUŠKÁROVÁ, University of Economics in Bratislava
Discussion

 

SESSION 1 - ECONOMIC THEORY 1 

BRATISLAVA CAMPUS: ROOM D117, Old Building (with Library), Ground Floor 

Wednesday – 23rd October 2019

13:30 – 16:45 Lukáš BURIAN:
Further fiscal integration in euro area
Igor Dvornický:
Changes in the indicators of credit and financial market assessments in terms of Macroprudential policy
Raman Herasimau:
Does pension systems have future
Miroslav Klimek:
Creation of an equity portfolio @ EUBA 2019
Peter Kušnír and Denis Matušovič:
Company Valuation (Selected Theoretical Approaches)
Boris Fišera:
Impact of Managed Depreciations on Financial Markets
Peter Golha:
Stress Testing in the Context of Economic Cycle
Ionela Oprea:
Leading practices in sustainable banking
Tatiana SergienkO:
Socio-Economic Components of the Integration Policy of Modern Ukrainian Society in the Conditions of Information-Psychological Warfare
Jaroslava Šepeľová: 
Theoretical approaches of factors of tax evasion focused on accounting as a source of information in the tax´s liability calculation
  Patrik Jankovič:
Mobile Internet before Fifth Generation Cellular Systems (5G)(Determinants of Internet Coverage and Its Quality)

 

SESSION 1 - ECONOMIC THEORY 2 

BRATISLAVA CAMPUS: ROOM 1C.02, Old Building, 1st Floor 

Wednesday – 23rd October 2019

13:30 – 16:45 Erika Majzlíková:
Structural Decomposition Analysis of Changes in Manufacturing Employment in Slovakia
Eva Sirakovová:
Group Size Effects in Public Good Game
Matej Vitáloš:
Susceptibility of Jobs to Automation in Slovakia
Zuzana Košťálová:
Exploring driving forces of household debt in Slovakia
Agáta Šuláková:
Synchronization of business cycles between selected European countries
Miriama Trebichalská:
Social partnership and employment change due to the digital revolution
Adriana Novotná:
Measuring competition in the European banking sector
Katarína Mertanová:
Does Slovak economy pull migrants toward it?
Peter Mandžák: 
Can money buy health? DEA analysis of healthcare expenditure
Lucia Országhová:
Swiss Franc Lending in Central, Eastern and South Eastern Europe
Tetyana Nestorenko:
Economic impact of health resort enterprises for the host city: case study from Ukraine

 

SESSION 2 – ACCOUNTING – BUSINESS - INFORMATICS 

BRATISLAVA CAMPUS: ROOM A7.12, New Building (with Rectorate), 7th Floor

Wednesday – 23rd October 2019

13:30 – 16:45 Nikoleta Baloghová:
Hidden reserves in financial management
Dana Figurová:
Hidden reserves in financial management
Allan Jose Segueira Lopez:
Spatial Competition with Considering the Weight of the Nodes Case Study
Milan Gedeon:
The impact of new technologies on accounting and audit
Silvia ZelinovÁ:
Statistical analysis of European Union countries on the basis of main Economic Indicators
Marek Strežo:
Flexible regression modeling of the pure premium using Generalized Additive Models with Isotropic smoothing
Jana Kopčáková:
Assets and modern methods of depreciation of assets in an enterprise
Petra Srnišová:
Information on adopted accounting policies in the notes to the financial statements
Stanislav Kováč:
Bitcoin volatility analysis: deterministic and probabilistic approach

 

SESSION 3 – FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT 

BRATISLAVA CAMPUS: ROOM A6.04, New Building (with Rectorate), 6th Floor 

Wednesday – 23rd October 2019

13:30 – 16:45 Eva Bikárová:
Environmental Problems and Developing Countries
Branislav Kováč:
Contributions to other capital funds as the form of financing for businesses through own funds (equity) - legal, accounting and tax aspects
Zuzana Jakubová:
Financing of family businesses
Daniela Nemcová:
Reconciling Social and Economic Needs into Ecological Society
Zuzana Skorková:
Is Holacracy Bringing Down Hierarchy or Is It Only an Appealing Marketing Slogan?
Zuzana Rudašová:
Analysis of Treasury benchmarked bonds in primary market
Darina Móžiová:
Emerging types of business risks in insurance industry
Marian Toman:
The Corporate Challenges of Sustainable Development
Andrea Lukačková:
Prediction of the failure of the enterprise through rating models created in Slovak market conditions
Petra Polečová:
Venture capital as a source of financing for enterprises in Slovakia

SESSION 4 – GLOBAL ECONOMICS & LANGUAGE 

BRATISLAVA CAMPUS: ROOM A4.04, New Building (with Rectorate), 4th Floor 

Wednesday – 23rd October 2019

13:30 – 16:45 Natália Goda:
Soft power 30 index – Comparation of the Visegrad Group countries
Katarína Žamborová:
Issues of International Educational Assessment in the Business Environment. The Slovak Republic.
Natalia Barinková:
Foreign Trade Cooperation of Slovakia with Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan and Opportunities for Slovak Exporters
Jana Kozáková:
Encouragement of Entrepreneurial Talent in the Process of Entrepreneurship Education at Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra: A Focus Group Study
Tatiana Hajniková:
Comparability analysis – the cornerstone of transfer pricing
Kristína Krupová:
The rise of Islamic feminism in the contemporary milieu of international relations
Monika Kochajdová:
Russia's Implementation of Hybrid Warfare
Martin Karas:
Investment Law in the Theory of International Relations
Ivana Dancáková:
Shaping migration tendencies in Europe
Viktória Švardová:
Automation in Japan
Ondrej Tomčík:
EU-South Korea Free Trade Agreement and its impact on Slovakia’s exports to South Korea
Zuzana Borovská:
Iran as an EU trading partner in a period of the current tense trade-political relations

 

SESSION 5 – MARKETING 

BRATISLAVA CAMPUS: ROOM 1B.02, Old Building, 1st Floor 

Wednesday – 23rd October 2019

13:30 – 16:45 Jozef Gáll:
Determining the significance level of tourist regions in Slovak Republic by cluster analysis
Elena Chukurna:
MARKETING EMOTIONS IN THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS
Peter BeličkA:
New marketing segment: streaming platforms and event streaming
Marian Čvirik and Monika Stanková:
Relationship between Worldmindedness and Consumer ethnocentrism: A Case of Slovakia
Ivan Hlavatý:
Identification of knowledge management implementation barriers at Slovak higher education institutions
Yulia Stavska:
The role of marketing tools in managing unstable systems
Petra Garasová:
Consumer Perception of Eco-design
Denisa Ševčíková:
Predictors of success of a new product on the market
Alexander Frasch:
Economic impacts of Boeing aircraft groundings on international markets
Romana Šipoldová:
Using Cost-Sensitive Predictive Modeling in Digital Marketing
Martina Naňáková:
Comparison of Labor Productivity in Tourism and the Other Sectors of the Slovak Economy
Hana Palušková:
Application of Circular Economy Principles in V4 Countries
Linda Vašková:
Interactive marketing in property development – Smart buildings (Case study)
Miroslava Prváková:
Factors of Open Innovation
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